Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
HCRAUD e Skates Have you thought of tak- ing advantage of the good skating the cold weather made. If so you will do well to call and see our splendid stock of skates and hockey sticks that we have just opened up. The quality aud price are sure to meet you right. THE wmm co, We Sell for Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 670 MM Book Prices TW Ry M tW Wheel Leavei if HtiyWers The Wheel Ftrtue TW the Mask TheRarrier 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.50 All the Latest Books'at EASTERN PRICES ONLYMEDIC1NES SOLDonSUNDAYS This has been onr rule for quarter of a century. Pleaso keep the Do- uiiuion statute aud consideration for our em- ployees by making your Ofdmnry purchases on days. On Sundays and Public Holidays we are open from 10.30 to 11 a.m. 12.30 to 1 p.m. 1 to 5 p.m. 8.30 to 9 p.ui. For other urgent calls Phone 49 or Night Bell MIL! Ul UKtttt CKMUTi The Store of Quality j Owing to the cold Weather we will not be able to remove until first of next week PHONE 21 G. MM CO. CHY AND DISTRICT Read Books. Robertson's ad for the latest J. F. Simpson, manager of the A. Mncdonald Co., has returned from a purchashur trip to the East. Rev. J. J. Baker, B. A., recently of Eastern Canada, conduct the services at the Baptist Church tomor row. I THE WEATHER j Calgary, 4-t 20 j Lethbridge, fair ..................43 16 j Bulletin From Central Office Fine cold weather has prevailed iu Manitoba and Saskatchewan while in Alberta temperatures have risen and have reached 40 degrees and over in southern portions. and mild today ami Sunday. The subject of liev. A. A. Lytle's sermon at Westminster Church, North Ward, tomorrow evening will lie "The Secret Life." S BOOK STORE 1st INT Vest of Uniei lank Phone 261 Agents for Underwood Typewriters. Chamois Vests Keep your body warm and protect yourself from the cold chilling wind and thus prevens Coughs, Colds and Pneumonia. Frost King FOK MEN Frost Queen FOR WOMEN We also have a great va- riety of chamois, chamois lined and felt chost pro- tectors. Jlfcerta Drug and Book Co. f Prescription Specialists 11. IIPIEY, Mgr. LETHIIBEE To the Ggneral Public: Remember the Bijou Hall is open to the public day or night for entertainments of any description. HockeyLsts and those fond of skat ing will be pleased to know that we have two citizens who are entcrpris- There was a good supply of lamb, enough to venture the erection mutton and butter at the market this of a skatinS rink as a private morning. The demand for other, pro- duce was greater than, the supply, j The partnership heretofore existing between. J. Moynihnn and F. Beard- sley of the Star Transfer Co., has been dissolved. The business will in the future be conducted by Mr. Beard sley. December Argosy, Popular, All Story, Railroad, in. Robertson's book store. It appears that travellers will not have to sit up at night much longer iu the city. A certain contractor in the city was asked to tender on the excavations for a new hotel to be on. the site at present occu- pied by the Belgium restaurant, op- posite the depot. Tuesday night's recital will be 3Irs. an Spanckcreu's last appearance in Lethbridge. The very hest local mu- sical talent will assist. Sirs. Van Spanckercn has easily earned the rep- utation of being the best elocutionist terprise. The premlemeu are c'-er heatd in the city. secure a seat at Wesley Arrange to Church early. eu- Chas. and T. Odiaark. The rink will be erected on Bompas St. East of the Barracks and will be complet- ed by the. end of next week. The rink will be uncovered but there will be for both gentlemen The Whole QUALITY PRICE WE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH iogerc-Gunninpm Inrater Co, ltd, Phones 23 and 123 Maa Yard North of Track- Dice RedjHrth StWest The morning subject at Wesley church be "The Chris- tians' and the even- ing topic "The conditions of divine friendship." Rev. Gordon will ad- dress the Boys" Club at 10 a.m. The sacrament of th.> Lord's Supper will he administered in connection with the evening service, O. Bradbeer Co. will be located in their new store in the Stafford Block, next week. Fine new fixtures lire being put in. A big new stock j has arrived so that with the accom- modation afforded the company are confident, of having a.s nifty a grocery as cnn be found in the province. Watch tor their announcement next i i week. i The Salvation Army will have a social visit from Commissioner Coombs, Colonel Pugniirc, Major Mor ris nnd StafT Captain Morris on Tues day, Nov. 17th. The Commissioner will conduct his wonderful limelight service, entitled "From Bothlrhcm to Calvary" in Oliver's Hall nnd 8 m. This sorvjce hus been atti by thousands pjl over the Domiifum i nnd is easily the most startling Bnd i realistic portrayal of the life Chris'i yet. witnessed. miss seeing it. Tickets may j had from officers and soldiers, If I you should not be able to procure a I ticket it cnn be. had nt the hall door on Tuesday evening. j See Miss Norman in her cowboy j dance tonight at the Lyceurri. j dressing rooms and Indies. The following is the opinion of the Medicine Hat people of the renderings of our talented elocutionist, Mrs. Van Spanckereu. who acceded to.the request to appear there a few eveu- Ings since. "A good sized audience assembled m Century Methodist Church on the evening of November 12th, to hear "The Little Minister" as read by Mrs. Ethel LelaucT Van Spanckeren. The people came ex- pecting much, for the reader's reputa tton had preceded her, and were by no means disappointed. Mrs. Van Spanckeren. is undoubtedly one of the best elocutionists which the people of Medicine Hat have had the opportun- ity of hearing. Her. voice is clear and. resonant, carrying to the farthest! part of the building. Her appear- ance is pleasing. Her man- ner is perfectly natural and at once arrests the attention of her hearers." which she holds throughout. This is this talented lady's first visit to Medicine Hat. We hope it may not be the last for many will be an- xious to hear her again. PROMINENT DETR01TER DEAD Detroit. Mich., Nov. A. Purker, of the incorporators of White Star Line, of river excur- sion o? this city and a doz- en jvfir.a president of the line, died tonight at his home here of valvular of the heart, aged 6-4. I MANY CASES OF SMALLPOX i Kattlrboro, Vt.. Nov. r.-f small pox wen1 found in jiml thirty atr- ijuarnntine. Mr. La Moine, at the Lyceum, In classical selections on the violin. Some of the Newest Novel- ties that are Popular in the __East The Hudson's Bay Com pay always have expelled in newest things. The power of our Buying force is tremendous. It encircles the globe. No store in LethbriJge cau show you new goods or the prices we offor. Many of these sugges- tions would appropiate Christmas Gifts. New Directoire Ruffs These are NEW. We have ouly opened them and they are direct from the Bast. We. have the two sizes, 'large and small, The large size comes in colors resida', cream, brown and black, and 12.00 The small size comes in plain white net only with velvet rows. Price.........................................90c New Evening Scarfs Very pretty and a finish to an evening toilet in crepe de cheuewith pretty flower effects in colors mauve, pink blue. Prices .13 CO, U50 and We also have the plain scarfs in Copenhagen blue, sky, pink and cream. Price ____ 00 New Directoire Ties A very pretty effect with row effect and gilt tassels. These little ties are becoming quite popular and the prices are......................................65c Ladies' Opera Bags We have a well assorted stock of silk opera bags in all the lastesj; color effects, and almost any price one cares to pay. These.bags really need to'be examined to be appreciated. These silk mufflers alsc are entirely new, having only ar- rived. We have them iu plain silk, with pretty stripe effects, and the dainty dresden patterns. The plain are in colors white, navy, brown and black. ?nd 1.50 And the fancy patterns are to 3.00 Another Car Winter Apples This is a splendid opportunity to lay in a winter's supply. Those apples are in splendid shape and will keep well. We have spys, greenings, seeks, rnssetts, talman sweet, Canada rads and bald wins. Prices per and Prices per box............................. and HUDSON'S BAY CO. TW PLACE ttT STAY ii Feet No need to haw them we have a complete stock of Felt BooU, Slippers, Overahoet, and MocaMiug, THE FOOT TOGGERY A Carload Of Winter Apples On the tract, about 20 var- ieties to choose from, all No! 1 apples and in first class con- dition. Come early and secure some of these extra choice apples. Special prices in 3 or 5 box lots; Pfioae 98 p For Men's Shoes, Socks, Mitts, Glows, Etc. Try the new store IVoad NEAR THE SCHOOL. 5. M. BROOK SHOE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Goods Eight Prices B.iprbt CHILDREN BURNED j i I.loymnin.stiT, Alta., Nov. j c-hildron fivv and eight years! "i Hanchfgiff, n fanner 15' mil'-.- northwo.st of horo, wore hitrn- i-ti id doatli jvsterday by tho destruc- tion of th'-ir A LARGE QUANTITY of Our Christmas Goods rsf rm0 t.lipv will nn From now on we shall be glad 1o show them and. as usual. lay aside nntii Christmas any article that you wish. J. J. JOHNSTON Prescription Druggist QUALITY HAND STORE A little nonsense now and then I rc-lished by the wisest men BUT T want you to understand that this Store is still sup- reme in the matter of bar- gains. Competition be- neath notice. FranK Waddington TETUEPHONE: 201 4K) ROUND STREET RocHon's Lig'ht LuncH Cafe Is growing in popularity. It just fills the bill when a. dJftity lunch is wanted. Afternoon Teas a Specialty i iectors last] Kitchen SUICIDE AT INGERSOU. Ingorsoll, Ont., Nov. Koe, committed suicide tonight by taking carbolic BY RUCHINGS in. BK ASSORTMENT fared ii Style aii Price White BUck Black and White Brown Blue Pink Neckwear Gloves Belts Veilings AND SEE THE CASH STORE A, Macdonald CLARKE GETS IT Toronto, Nov. C. K. Clarke of the Toronto Asylum, today appointed -dean of the medical fac- ulty of Toronto University by hoard rovornor.-s. the LOCKE IS LIBRARIAN Toronto, Ont., Nov. a meet- in? of the Toronto public library board this afternoon, Prof. George H. Locko, dean of Macdonald College, at St. de was appointed librarian in succession to the late Dr. Jamo.s Bain. The salary is 000. Mr. Locke is a son-in-law of J. T. Moor.% M. P. P., Rod Dtvr. The chief keeps getting after the big burly drunks. A Swede who was something of a scrapper, was run In last night -nnd taxed 83 this morn- ing. TA8ER NOTE- X. A. P. Larosse and family and Mrw. Joseph LaBlanc with her two children arrived last evening from RolU-tte, N.. D. In the early spring they wil5 move from Tabcr and reside upon thoir new possession near the Big Bow River. Two cars consisting of household effects, farm imple- ments, cows and horses are expected to arrive tonight. 3: Fine New Stock of M M M P.O. Box 27 MBMfrUJ.IJ.MJJ IXM.